8 thoughts on “ Que Sera, Sera ”

  1. Que' Sera Sera Is FRENCH, not Spanish. It is a phrase that became common by being a same titled song sung by Doris Day., but has existed in the French language for centuries.
  2. Nov 29,  · Que Sera, Sera, Whatever will be, will be The future's not ours, to see Que Sera, Sera What will be, will be. When I was young, I fell in love I asked my sweetheart what lies ahead Will we have rainbows, day after day Here's what my sweetheart said. Que Sera, Sera, Whatever will be, will be The future's not ours, to see Que Sera, Sera What will.
  3. After reaching number two on the Billboard Hot , "Que Sera, Sera" became Doris Day's signature song, and was used as the theme song of "The Doris Day Show" from to American Film Institute's survey " Years Songs" ranked .
  4. “Que Sera, Sera” was featured in the Alfred Hitchcock film The Man Who Knew Too Much and won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in It also topped the UK Pop Chart and reached #2 in.
  5. Que sera sera is a phrase that carries the connotation of leaving one’s life in the hands of fate. The idiom que sera sera was popularized in the s when Doris Day, an American actress and singer, sang the song Que Sera Sera in an Alfred Hitchcock movie called The Man Who Knew Too Much.

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